Students at Peabody-Burns Elementary School and Junior High have artwork on display at Peabody Township Library this week. PBJH musicians will perform at 7 p.m. Thursday at a library open house.
PBES second-grade students have made patterned lizards on a log. Students participating are A.J. Huls, Mya Winter, Hunter Navrat, Philip Young, Alexander Caldwell, McKayla Hauck, Jake Partridge, Sarah Spencer, Aries Baldwin, Davon Johnson, Johnny glover, Blake Percival, Miranda Shaffer, Jeremy Sears, T.J. Salas, Isaac Bayes, and Kaleb Ehrlich.
Fourth-grade students made tesselations — a math and art mix in colored pencil. Students participating are Mone Fritz, Lindsey Frye, Andrew Hauck, Adriana Newman, Morgan Gaines, Landon Rives, Thomas Page, Jack Parks, Lexi Schreiber, Paige Garcia, Summer Watkins, Sienna Richter, and Ashton Loewen.
Students from PBES fifth grade made observational drawings of the elementary school. Students are Jadyn Burke, Natalie Brooks, Tyler Entz, Sydney Jantz, Kadin Moffett, Ronald Perrymore, Max Caldwell, Nicole Williams, Tori Pickens, T. J. Clover, Shannan Clover, Anna Johnson, Hunter Wilson, Michael Peugh, Gesaka Menjivar, Sydney Hodges, and R.J. Ankenman.
Students in art at Peabody-Burns Junior High who drew still-life pencil drawings are Samantha Frye, John Worthey, Margaret Beal, and Emily Timmermeyer. Some junior high students made computer generated mandalas. They are Dylan Boese, Emily Timmermeyer, Michael Owens, Andrew Knauf, Samantha Frye, Austin Glenn, Ashley Johnson, John Worthey, Margaret Beal, Adam Frye, and Devon Gaines.
The library open house and music concert will feature some of the Peabody-Burns Junior High students who performed solos and ensembles Tuesday in the Wheat State League music festival at White City.
Refreshments will be served and the library will host a book sale during the evening. The public is invited to attend. There is no charge for admission.